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Mohammed Salah for the 2018 World Cup

One of the most Liverpool's talented players, Mohamed Salah, admits taht he still cannot forgive Sergio Ramos who cause injury to him. He does not accept the Sergio Ramos’ opinion stating that Salah committed a violation first. Salah adds that it would be a good thing if the person who hurt someone else could also cheer the victim up. He hopes that Ramos can at least ask about his chances of appearing in the World Cup.



The statement hinted that Salah was still unable to receive Sergio Ramos apology. As we know, Salah cannot effectively defend his national team in the 2018 World Cup, because he is still undergoing a recovery process for a shoulder injury that he suffers. Salah hopes to defend Egypt since the group's first phase fight against Uruguay. However, he must get a green light from the Egyptian medical team first before being able to perform.

Leaving The Final Champions League is the worst moment

Salah claims that leaving the Champions League due to a shoulder injury is the worst moment of his career. At that time, he was too afraid of not being able to play in the 2018 World Cup that would be held in Russia. As soon as he left the field, he cried. He was diagnosed with a shoulder dislocation and had to be pulled out.

The injury was quite surprising to the Egyptian public, who had been looking forward to the star’s action at the next World Cup. For his people, Salah is one of the main star players in the Egyptian squad. That is why, it is not surprising if a wave of criticism continued to go toward Ramos as soon as the game ended.



Mohamed Salah wants to recover as soon as possible

Liverpool and Egyptian national team striker, Mohamed Salah, is confident that his condition will be quite fit when his national team join the inaugural match against Uruguay on Friday. Because of this, he is ready to maximize the recovery of his injury. As we know, the 25-year-old suffered a shoulder injury while defended Liverpool in the Champions League last month. However, Mohamed Salah is still expected to recover for the 2018 World Cup during the Group A match.

Most football enthusiasts agree that Salah is an important figure in bringing Egypt to the World Cup for the first time in 28 years. The former AS Roma player confirmed that the Egypt participation in the next World Cup is not just a show.

During the interview, Salah reveals that is team is strong, and all of the players definitely have the same goal of winning. He thinks that's what matters most. They do not only have one strong point, but the main thing is also that they will play as a solid team.

In the 2018 World Cup, Egypt joins in Group A with Russia, Uruguay and Saudi Arabia. Egypt's chances of escaping are considerable when looking at team strength in Group A.

Egypt Prepares Strategies without Mohamed Salah

The Egyptian national team has high hopes for Mohamed Salah in the 2018 World Cup. However, coach Hector Cuper insists that they will find a way to avoid the over-dependence on the Liverpool striker. He explains that Salah is currently racing to recover from a shoulder injury, and Cuper hopes that his star player can recover soon. However, he also realizes that he has to find a solution without Salah. He hopes that the team performance not be too affected and the team will try to be the same team, since they cannot depend on a player.

He continues that the alternative scenario should be ready. He says that in the football world, something like this can happen to every player that is why, he needs a substitute for Salah, but he still hopes it will not be a big problem.

Salah is in the recovery phase, and it will mean that he should try his best to improve his fitness level. It is important to do, because the injury has prevented him from training as a normal player. The talented striker has scored 44 goals for Liverpool during his first season, no wonder if Egypt really hopes he can recover soon. Fortunately, the team gets a very good news from the doctor, that Salah is predicted to be able to play before the game against Uruguay. The team is quite optimistic and is waiting for him. In addition to Uruguay, the Egypt National team will compete with Saudi Arabia and Russia.



A Good News about Salah for the 2018 World Cup

The Egyptian President, Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, got a good news about Mohamed Salah's injury recovery. According to the Egyptian presidential spokesman, Bassam Radi, the president was reassured about the chance of the Liverpool striker of recovering in time and his chance to support the team in the 2018 World Cup.

Mohamed Salah is currently in a rush with time to recover his condition, and is undergoing a treatment in Valencia, Spain. Egypt's public expectations of Salah's presence are very high considering that it is the first time for Egypt since 1990 to participate in the World Cup game.

Currently, the Egyptian national team is still in his country and will do the last practice session on Saturday, 9 June 2018 evening at a local time. The Pharaohs – Egypt National team’s nickname – is scheduled to fly to Russia on Sunday, the very next day.

Eden Hazard will give his support to Egypt in the 2018 World Cup

Besides supporting Belgium in the 2018 World Cup, Eden Hazard has another favorite team. Because of Mohamed Salah, Hazard now becomes a supporter of the Egyptian team. He hopes that his Salah, whom he calls as his friend, will be able to return and strengthen the Egypt national team during the next World Cup.

Although there was a concern that Salah could not appear in the World Cup, the Egyptians are quite optimistic that he will be able to play since the first fight against Uruguay. Hazard adds it is, indeed, true that Egypt performance is very different without Salah, but he also admits that the team can still play neatly. He even compares that the team style of playing is very similar to that of Tunisia.

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